Crunchyroll Anime Awards

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The Crunchyroll Anime Awards are annual awards presented by anime streaming service Crunchyroll that are given to recognize anime from the previous year. The awards were first held in January 2017. The judges create a short list in different categories and public votes for the winners are held online.

2017[edit]

Voting was held between January 3–10, 2017. The results were announced on January 11, 2017, with the exception of the "Anime of the Year" prize, which was announced on January 28, 2017. More than 1.8 million votes from around the world were submitted.[1][2]

Winners are listed first, highlighted in boldface, and indicated with a double dagger (double-dagger).

Anime of the Year[3][4] Hero of the Year[5]

1. Yuri on Icedouble-dagger
2. Mob Psycho 100
3. Erased
4. My Hero Academia
5. Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress
6. Re:Zero − Starting Life in Another World
7. Kiznaiver
Also nominated: Joker Game and Descending Stories: Showa Genroku Rakugo Shinju

1. Izuku "Deku" Midoriya from My Hero Academiadouble-dagger
2. Satoru Fujinuma from Erased
3. Mob from Mob Psycho 100
4. Mumei from Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress
Most popular "Other" choice: Josuke Higashikata from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Diamond Is Unbreakable[6]

Villain of the Year[7] Best Boy[8]

1. Gaku Yashiro from Eraseddouble-dagger
2. Yoshikage Kira from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Diamond Is Unbreakable
3. Tomura Shigaraki from My Hero Academia
4. Biba from Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress
Most popular "Other" choice: Betelgeuse from Re:Zero − Starting Life in Another World[6]

1. Yuri Katsuki from Yuri on Icedouble-dagger
2. Arataka Reigen from Mob Psycho 100
3. Izuku "Deku" Midoriya from My Hero Academia
4. Yakumo from Shōwa Genroku Rakugo Shinjū
Most popular "Other" choice: Josuke Higashikata from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Diamond Is Unbreakable[6]

Best Girl[9] Best Fight Scene[10]

1. Rem from Re:Zero − Starting Life in Another Worlddouble-dagger
2. Ochako Uraraka from My Hero Academia
3. Nico Niiyama from Kiznaiver
4. Mumei from Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress
Most popular "Other" choice: Megumin from KonoSuba[6]

1. Shigeo vs. Koyama from Ep. 8 of Mob Psycho 100double-dagger
2. Deku vs. Kacchan from Ep. 7 of My Hero Academia
3. Mumei vs. Kabane from Ep. 2 of Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress
4. Altland vs. Moss from Ep. 32 of Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans
Most popular "Other" choice: Naruto vs. Sasuke from Naruto Shippuden[6]

Best Animation[11] Most Heartwarming Scene[12]

1. Yuri on Icedouble-dagger
2. Mob Psycho 100
3. Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress
4. Flip Flappers
Most popular "Other" choice: Re:Zero − Starting Life in Another World[6]

1. "The kiss" from Ep. 7 of Yuri on Icedouble-dagger
2. "Kayo's first homecooked meal" from Ep. 9 of Erased
3. "Kakeru and Suwa learn to understand each other" from Ep. 4 of Orange
4. "Makoto flies over her new home" from Ep. 12 of Flying Witch
Most popular "Other" choice: Rem's confession from Re:Zero − Starting Life in Another World[6]

Best Drama[13] Best Couple[14]

1. Eraseddouble-dagger
2. Kiznaiver
3. Shōwa Genroku Rakugo Shinjū
4. Joker Game
Most popular "Other" choice: Orange[6]

1. Yuri & Victor from Yuri on Icedouble-dagger
2. Satoru & Kayo from Erased
3. Katsuhira and Sonozaki from Kiznaiver
4. Luluco and Nova from Space Patrol Luluco
Most popular "Other" choice: Subaru and Rem from Re:Zero − Starting Life in Another World[6]

Best Comedy[15] Best Action[16]

1. Haven't You Heard? I'm Sakamotodouble-dagger
2. KonoSuba
3. Keijo!!!!!!!!
4. Space Patrol Luluco
Most popular "Other" choice: Nanbaka[6]

1. Mob Psycho 100double-dagger
2. My Hero Academia
3. Drifters
4. Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress
Most popular "Other" choice: JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Diamond Is Unbreakable[6]

Best Opening[17] Best Ending[18]

1. Yuri on Icedouble-dagger
2. Mob Psycho 100
3. Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress
4. Shōwa Genroku Rakugo Shinjū
Most popular "Other" choice: Erased[6]

1. Yuri on Icedouble-dagger
2. Mob Psycho 100
3. Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress
4. Space Patrol Luluco
Most popular "Other" choice: Re:Zero − Starting Life in Another World[6]

Anime with multiple nominations
Nominations Anime
9 Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress
8 Mob Psycho 100
7 My Hero Academia
Yuri on Ice
6 Erased
4 Descending Stories: Showa Genroku Rakugo Shinju
Kiznaiver
3 Space Patrol Luluco
2 Joker Game
Re:Zero − Starting Life in Another World
Anime with multiple wins
Wins Anime
7 Yuri on Ice
2 Erased
Mob Psycho 100

2018[edit]

The voting was held from January to early February 2018 in three separate rounds. The winners were announced on 24 February 2018. The awards had a number of changes, including having six nominations for all categories and the addition of new categories. The awards also expanded beyond just anime series, with the categories Best Film and Best Manga awarding the best anime film and manga series of the year 2017. 2.1 million total votes were cast.[19]

The awards were presented in a live show hosted by Crunchyroll, by multiple different people of some fame in the western anime community, including many Anime YouTubers.

Anime of the Year
Best Girl Best Boy
Best Manga Best Hero
Best Villain Best Action
Best Drama Best Comedy
Best Slice of Life Best Continuing Series
Best Opening Best Ending
Best Animation Best Score
Best Film Best CGI
Anime with multiple nominations
Nominations Anime
10 My Hero Academia Season 2
6 Descending Stories: Showa Genroku Rakugo Shinju Season 2
Land of the Lustrous
Little Witch Academia
March Comes in Like a Lion Season 2
The Ancient Magus' Bride
5 Made in Abyss
4 Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid
3 ACCA: 13-Territory Inspection Dept.
Attack on Titan Season 2
Recovery of an MMO Junkie
2 Blood Blockade Battlefront & Beyond
In This Corner of the World
Inuyashiki
Kemono Friends
KonoSuba: God’s Blessing on this Wonderful World! Season 2
Anime with multiple wins
Wins Anime
7 My Hero Academia Season 2
2 Made in Abyss
Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid

2019[edit]

Voting was open 11–18 January 2019. The winners were announced on 16 February.[19][20]

Best Protagonist Best Antagonist
Best Boy Best Girl
Best Opening Sequence Best Ending Sequence
Best VA Performance (JP) Best VA Performance (EN)
Best Director Best Animation
Best Film Best Character Design
Anime of the Year Industry Icon Award
Best Fight Scene Best Continuing Series
Anime with multiple nominations
Nominations Anime
8 Megalo Box
7 Devilman Crybaby
6 Aggretsuko
Violet Evergarden
5 My Hero Academia Season 3
Zombie Land Saga
4 A Place Further than the Universe
3 Hinamatsuri
Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai
2 Black Clover
Boruto: Naruto Next Generations
Dragon Ball Super
FLCL Progressive
Golden Kamuy
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind
Kakegurui – Compulsive Gambler
Laid-Back Camp
Skull-face Bookseller Honda-san
SSSS.Gridman
Anime with multiple wins
Wins Anime
4 My Hero Academia Season 3
2 Devilman Crybaby

2020[edit]

Due to be held February 15, 2020.[21]

Anime of the Year Best Protagonist
Best Antagonist Best Boy
Best Girl Best Director
Best Animation Best Character Design
Best Score Best Fight Scene
Best Couple Best VA Performance (JP)
Best VA Performance (EN) Best Comedy
Best Fantasy Best Drama
Best Opening Sequence Best Ending Sequence
Industry Icon Award
Anime with multiple nominations
Nominations Anime
9 Carole & Tuesday
Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba
Vinland Saga
8 Sarazanmai
The Promised Neverland
7 Mob Psycho 100 II
6 Attack on Titan Season 3
5 Dr. Stone
Kaguya-sama: Love Is War
4 Babylon
Dororo
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind
3 Fruits Basket
The Rising of the Shield Hero
2 Aggretsuko Season 2
Astra Lost in Space
Fate/Grand Order - Absolute Demonic Front: Babylonia
Fire Force
How Heavy Are the Dumbbells You Lift?
O Maidens in Your Savage Season
One-Punch Man Season 2
Anime with multiple wins
Wins Anime
3 Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba
Kaguya-sama: Love Is War
2 Mob Psycho 100 II
The Promised Neverland
The Rising of the Shield Hero

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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